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Jan 06

Help Re-treat Our Saved Ash Trees!

Please help us build up our Park Ash Tree Re-Treatment Fund in time for our January 2018 deadline! Any amount of donation from you makes a difference. 600 people donating $10 each would help us reach our goal. The City of Madison Park Division’s Adopt-a-Park-Tree Program allows people to donate to have large healthy park …

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Dec 10

Help the ECA “Hi, Neighbor” newsletter continue; meet Dec. 14

Was the November 2017 issue the last “Hi, Neighbor”? If you are willing to participate in defining and working to produce the next ECA newsletter, please attend the meeting at Pinney Library’s Community Room 6:15 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017 — Call 244-8965 to RSVP Our Editor-in-Chief of many years, Patrick Soukup, is retiring. The November …

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Nov 05

You Are invited to ECA’s Annual Leaf Raking Party November 11

Please join us as we go around our neighborhood to rake yards for those of our neighbors who would like to rake, but are physically unable to because of health reasons. Come on over to the Whitman/Johnson house at 3701 Dennett Drive (the corner of Dennett and Ring Streets) at 9 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 11 …

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Sep 17

Cottage Grove Road Activity Centers Draft Plan Update

The Cottage Grove Road Activity Centers Draft Plan is ready for its final public review at varied City Boards, Commissions, and Committees. City Staff has worked to incorporate many of the comments, suggestions, and changes received through the public engagement process. View the Cottage Grove Road Activity Centers Draft Plan. Visit the Cottage Grove Road Activity Centers …

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Sep 17

Public Meeting: Olbrich Park Restroom Replacement (new date & location)

Notice:  Change of Date and Location PUBLIC MEETING Olbrich Park (at Walter St.) Restroom Replacement Project The City of Madison Parks Division will have a public input meeting to discuss the proposed restroom replacement and sitework improvements at Olbrich Park near Walter Street.  At this meeting, City staff will discuss the project and seek input …

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